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tJ- BY SniTIICAJIP&CO.
I j J' 1UTBI ', THOS. CA limps,' IRA t, JO
nee. No. 16 Header-lefe ftr-"!.
.-DECEMBER 9, 1858
"John C. Cauiots. nrejpljirig toa'" cL'nrge
"bf "being an ambitious tiepirant for tiie Prcs-
! lency, paid fthat. position was respect kii
but there were otliers Infinitely more po. lie
- had rather be an independent Senator ,devoti d
to the good of lhe"boiiutry,"tbaif to ;Jie prcsf-'
dent of the United States, put there. &n prt's
jtdent of the United States had been for many
-f - years past." lie had few sympathisers in his
exalted disdain of crawling into power, by'
the arts and devices of intrigue and cun
ning. He has still fewer imitators in the
'party with which he acted at his death. The
s'andard of the position has Ix-en much
1 wered since that day. and since its rt-t and
'present occupancy, has lout ranch of the
', respectability accorded to it by the 1M pat-
, riot of South Carolina. Yet it is snnjrht with
a passionate eagerness only proportioned to
; the unwortbinecs and degeneracy of the
seekers themselves. A democratic organ
Las just announced that there are "a thousand
' tn in its rank.i, whose nomination would le
" "hailed with loud acclaim by the Democracy
of the nation." We pet this down as a lis d
" l ite truth. There is scarcely any man in
f i the party whose nomination would not be
' haik-d in that enthusiastic way. What are
men, as regarded by that party, but the mere
I if tmments of a division of public plunder
and who doubts that there are 4ia thousHnd"
' i i its ranks eminently fitted for that business?
And where there are so many, so well qu.ili-
fied and so eager, how tW than through iu-
. Intrigue, and pipe-laying and the setting of
' ' traps and the hatching of pchemes, can a
choice be made? The world knows it can le
done in no other wny. And this is conceded
ly the journal, which speciflid the number
'with so much precision, to wit the Memphis
Avalanche, in the following passage from a
.- loading editorial.
, "The political cauldron bejrins to boil.
" Congress convenes to-day, and this nugii-t
body will soon work the public mind into
"' state of fomentation. The various Prei
. ..d-ntiul aspirant are plotting intrigues for
the purple of st-curing the nomination at
' t'harleston. Tricks, traps and schemes will
." be concocted and hatched nt Washington this
-winter, but the people are watching the con
s' jpirators. and they will crush them out with
.'the thunder of their free and patriotic will.
, The opinions manufactured at the capital of
the nation arc not the spontaneous outbursts
of the popular heart and will, but the elabor-
ately planned and industriously perfected
, creations of political spoilsmen.
The letter-writers, the contemptible liire
' lingB. who, so they pocket their penny-a-line,
rare not whether truth tie laid prostrate or
falsehood made triumphant, are already play
ing their unscrupulous ens in m ami Cut urine
opinion for the miserable place-hunters that
feed them. That portion of this mercenary
. clan in the pay of Judge Douglas are ex-
ceedingly anxious to earn the bread that sus
tains tht ir miserable lives, as they an' labor
ing with all their feeble and prostituted pow
ers, tocreate the belief that Stephen A. Dong
las will Certainly secure the nomination. In
, . deed, the friends of th "Little Giant," wnn-
posed mostly of deserters, renegades, brokeii
,.' down party hacks, the rag-tag and bol-tail of
all factions, are so sanguine of his nomina
tion that they have already commenced an
n apportionment of the officers. Several protn
. inent individual-" in the pay of tli" invert.
ment bav commenced a huge business on a
.. verjr small capital. Conspicuous among tli'
aspirants may lie classed the name of John
. tilidell, of Louisiana. Having no place in
the hearts of the American people, he is la
; boring to accou.piii. xanay tte.it which
should always be attained iy talent, tntegri
ty and lofty statesmanship. I5tit we would
advise this un.-crupulous dealer in I'rr.-iilen-tial
stocks to lavish his' money upon eiue
--' charitable and needy en tei prise, lor there is
not money enough in the Union to purchase
. for him the hiyh place lor which his heart
This is shameful and humiliating enough,
. but the same paper, in the self-came article
''If Judge Douglas should by any intrigue. rn
. ' trive to secure the twminalum at (liarlninn, ri-e
icvuld lujrjxn-t him at veil as tee could under the
circumstattfrs; and the request to advocate tin
'election of John Slid. II for the Presidency
' would be taxing our very accmnioihitiiig ii;t-
ture to its ntmost endurance."
.. We transfer these passages to our columns.
" a a standing warning to the people against
the machinations of the party from which it
1 Eclectic ."Magazine. Dee. 1858.
The present Mutnlsr of th'n lulmiraMe
periodical is unusually rich and interesting.
The excellent mezzotint portrait of Dr. N. W.
Tati.or completes the list of forty poi trai.
embellishments given in 18"8. Surely no
one will, after considering this, complain o(
' t ie Ect.r.cnc' npou the score of pictorials.'
"Bat rich as have been the embellishment of
the past year, we are promised even richer
for 1859. Let everyUsly remember the ini
tial nnmbcr, with its splendid plate of
'ISttakspeare and hit friemU;" and send in their
names in time. -
., The Editor in his "Note" shows ns not only
t!iat his Magazine has been appveciatiil, but
that he has the heart to be grateful even for
deserved success. He says, -Our thanks
:are especially due to a generous press, who-c
bigb editorial intelligence has lieen so expres
Vive of approbation. Our studious aim has
1een, and will Ihj, to fill and crowd our pages
with all that will interest, instruct, iiilorm,
and gratify the minds, and impart a healthy
vigor to the intellects of young and old. and
render the Ecucc-no"' a welcome visitor iu
all the families which it is invited to enter.
The language of numerous letters to im is,
We cannot do without the EcXKcnc' "
BUcwftodU Magazine Xov.'lSSS.
It has become a 'cant phrase" of the press,
to call this periodical the sterling old
monthly." and however much, just for the
sake of variety, we may wish some sma-t
"fellow would invent a new title, we question
if one could be found more appropriate.
. Suppose -e try, though we -don't set up for
mart," not a bit of iu Well, if we grow
affectionate and call it a darling old iiioath
lj," what theu? Why that grim old customer
on the title-page would "glower" u-t out of
all countenance in less thau no time. We
iloa't believe he could stand "aflVctionati In sr."
or sentiwntality, or prettiuea, or "s. f:
jsawdering," no nothing will do him but
Teal, bona-fide," hard .money, cmnuin feme.
-Who then has common wise enough to give
us1 a new Uile for Blackool? Doa't all
peak at once! you that know its cl.ur.iett r;
'and you who don't, "walk up to the Cap
' tain's office, and 'tulMX-n.''
frThe Tenns lvaniau will s!i tnni
States' evidence aud expose all the vilUiuy of
"which it has ever been cognizant. ,It hao. I
come a babbler and tells tah a out of kLooI.
IU last inuendo is as follows : .
"There are some people who d not know
the reasona why Col. Forney s protect against
the election of Senator Cameron was never
pushed ia the Senate. There are utUrt
who do. .There is a suspicion that -Forney
waa aft deep in the mud as Cameron wa- In the
juire. Who um: monev for the purpose of
control llngelectko? Cua the Chealitr Fr
neynwer? ' ' " "
If Forney 'was dep in the mid. how lw
Jlomi la partisan filth wa Mr. LaUai.ai a ho
wrote a letter At the canal 4:01a uji-iuer urg
ag the jr lection, of Forney tivcr Lien. Cuie-
- - Ilcmarki of ITIr. J IS, Ferguson, "
BEKORK HIS ACOIEN'CK MUST KTNDAT IK AKNOUXCe-,
,IKO THE DKATU CF J(1N A.f ll'WEK.
The papers of yesterday r'anuounced, the
death of Hon. John A. McEwex." In the full
ness of the XJanlyjnromise of a noble and up
right life, he passes from our earthly gaze. It
seemeth proper that we should mention his
name and bear an bumble tribute to his mem
ory, here, and in the presence of so many of
his fellow-citizens, who delighted to do honor
to the exalted virjues that, gavd'gntty and
ornament to bis useful afid honorable career.,
Eminent for his intellectual accomplishments,
talented in a very-high - degrcenhlmlFhed
by anv of those extravaeanc?s of character
that too often inar tb beautiful proportions,
that make up the mental attainment of our
d:jyiu'u)hLiacn, he live( and .died amongst
us.' Iu the enjoyment ot a warmth of ailmira
tioni whose expressive testimonials of resp-ct
and airction it is not for me to portray. Few
men will leave a sweeter and more rifcj"nhing
memory. The two capital virtues, which in
the estimation of the highest and purest cul
ture of the world, advance the human char
acter nearest . in nsemMauce to the divine,
are LVnefieence and Truth. These shone con
spicuous iu the liearing and conduct of our
friend. No partiality of nndiscerning friend
ship, but a just aud everywhere awarded es
timate, records tin se noble qualities as the
characteristics of his life.
Dut the 'altar-fires of his genius burned
brightly, yes. so brightly, his 'mortal frame
Las been prematurely consumed in their
blaze. from,wliicli the angel of his life has as
cended. To our earthly vijion he appears 110
more. Is he, therefore, dead? is he, there
fore, lost? The everywhere ascending powers
of Nature, the brightest evidences of our God
aud our Hope forbid a:;d chido the unwor
thy thought, lb is ini isi'de, only, because
the greatness and xlory of his new and spirit
ual cond'tion, transcend the scope aud pow;
er of a mortal ey Nearer now to the iu
nermobt heart of his lonely companion, to
the children who need his protection, to the
honored parents who wiil stll long for his
filial reverence and companionable love, to
the tear of sisterly and fraternal sympathy
that bind and interl.intls our souls as one';
nearer the earnest end'-avors of his friends
for the good and the true, nearer to chide and
admonish ns as well as to encourage and help,
b-.-cause he is nearer the Divine, which is the
universal and eternal, which blends the souls
of true affection here and holds them in sa
cred affinity everywhere. O! it is thus I feel
as I feebly realize the great experience upon
which he has so hojx'fully entered. The
union of spirit is eternal, because God is
spirit and all spirit is of God. The elements,
attributes, and activities of the soul are im
mortal, and hence they cannot be confined to
any mortal or changing conditions. We call
the most complete of these changes Death,
but not destruction, for death is the brightest
evidence of lile, whether we regard the cor
poreal or the moral nature of man. Let
death, then, be but the emblem of Hope
that God-spring of all virtuous action, that
nevr leaves when death clings in her cold
embrace, but ever impress-. the purified
memory with a fit recollection of its treasured
march. It bids a welcome to the sorrowing
heart to-day that gives victory to the weak.
Could we say that Nature was not true to her
self, then tniiiht we say that Hope is not Di
vine that God had created and blessed our
Brother so richly in gilts and powers, and
could not maintain. Then might we say,
there is no Infuiiity? But this angel of life
breathes its inspin d intonations of love ami
repose; gently it wings its way to the be
reaved and d solate ; it pHthers the invita
tions of love, mingling therewith the odors of
it nature enuMing man, as he stands over
the grave of the di p:irt d. to respond nm n to
what ? To Fat.-? No ; to G d. It is a guar,
diancareofu protecting agency, thai nei
the veil from mortal eve aud permits a res
ponsive throb to condition and to destiny.
May it breathe upon the sorrowing to-day,
the purified evidence of its kindred nature.
Upon the of grave your honored fellow-tow-usmau,
not the mound of earth that shall
arise in yond r Cemetery no; for that will
contain what the gravitating forces of nature
claim as their ow n but the grave in your
sympathizing respect and esteem, the deep
grave of confiding ntfeet-oii opeu.-d in many
kindred hearts, I would plant the myrtle of
an enduring Love and the tunaranthe of
rror-blooniiug Hope. I would have you feel
the unity of our nee in death as. in birth ;
to know the heart and share, stimulated
by the virtu .-s you no.v remember, the service
of a common brotherhood, in life, in death.
In destiny. Oh God ! we bless thee for
the life no longer visible to our weak and
tearful eyes, and almve all we bless Thee
that it i now and ever will le enshrined and
preserved in Thee, Father aud Receiver of
Corr!i'oncli-nci of the Evening Vott
Wnatilngti.ti . ow lMMi-rlnO Jour
ney Soulhllov It 1 viewed by Itia
Washiwtov. November 30, 1S5R.
"Mr. Donglv U verv little talked of. His
Southern tour with IiIh wife U nnd "st od to
ls a movement wholly to try the pulse of the
South'-rn people, and all his Anti-Lecomtiton
Democratic colleagues express their great
surprise nt his condu-t. and t!i hojie that the
South will renudi.it"' tiini and send him back
with a 1-sson learned. Mr. Douglas' talk
about not breaking from the Democratic or
ganization is the wildest nonsense i:i the
world, not to say ingratitude towards
his Anli-Ii4Tompton friends ' who have
len n--el-ct.il to Congress. Every
man out of Illinois Davis of Indiana,
Hickman and Montgomery, of IVnnsv I vania,
Clark and H.i-kin. of New York all broke
from their party and apjM-aled to the people.
Mr. Forney in Pennsylvania, made the gal
lant fight he did bv opposing the Buchanan
Democracy and following the people's flag
Mr. Broderi. k's friend-1 (tor the Jsenator him
self wa4 confined to his room during the
whole campaign by r.tison of illness) made
the tight in California squarely against the
Buchanan Democracy, and dwindled it down
to ghostly dimensions. Then is it not su
prrmely nbsnni - for Mr. Douglas to turn
against such true and tih d friend, by thus
talking about t-lickiug t the Democratic or
ganisation ? .,The. thiug is -1 i 1 1 more alwtird
when we connner ttetiset tiiat the- men. in
every instance except California, wlu re the
fight wa uot fully and fait ly inwile, were tri
umphantly sust'iiii'-d by the popular vote of
the people; while Dougl.is hiius.-lf. who made
the shurp-st battle, was deteated in his own
State Is-tore the people bv seven thousand
in ijority S From all lh.il I can learn author
itatively, Mr. Douglas lias started Sou'b
without consultation w ith his Congressional
Anti Li-complou fri ndc. 1 have rcasou to
Ik lieve that they fit I mortified at Mr. Doug
las' present conduct, and will not sustain bun
if be turns hi b u-k upon the North, or at
tempts to obtain the Chai Kstoii nomination.
We learn tht our friend. Ilev. J. J. J.me.
of this county, was rbb-d a few nighU ago
of a ciwisid-. rnle auui ol money.
It ppiH-tti-M that he had p ircha-4-d s-veral
wagons nu,l t.tiins nud l-'.olaig tli.-m with
crockery ware w ent to the south on a trading
tour. And u r -turning, and while with u
about two miles of home, a little after uight
fall, he was ov Ttakeu by a couple of U-l iu
disgnUe. a big on and a little om. bo
kiiorki-d him oft b hre, tied his own hand
kerchief over his mouth to prevent hU call
ing fi.r h. Ip; then cut tf the string from his
cloak and lied his hands behind hiia, aud
r-btsdhiinol $670. Hi son, a lad of some
16, wawith him. w h. in-iug a little ah iid,
014-ie his escajw by the (m id uf his horse.
We uud.-r.-t.tud thetewre 15 e-uts picked up
In th road where file robiini! is .ud to have
taken plue Now it istruly unfortunate that
Mr. J no t with o r a !, tor he bus a
L.-avv law suit iu our conn, aud we oiid- r
stan.i that he wia-le Lis purchasta on time.
tAnd if the proe U of the entire trip are
gutto u iu he or some ou uiukt auf.-r
Ly It, for f tiiU are not to be couimauded ef-
Xlia Secretary of tbe Interior's He
port. . r 1 '
The Secretary of the Interior; submits ,ihe
qoestiori, whether it would tiot be a wise pol
icy to pass a general law reserving all aurif
erous, silver and cinnabar - mines from' sale;",
for the me and occupancy of the U.nit.dJ
States nnd"r such regulation as "Congress"
may prescribe, and leaving those, tracts of
land containing copper, iron, lead and coal,
subject to the ordiuary - laws of settlement
aud sale, for their development ? ' vt ' '
He recommends legislation with regard to
the public lands in Utah, to put the lands sur
,veyCd in market, and enable the present .oc
cupant to obtain titles to their homes by'tbe
"establishment of a land office and the exten-jionof.t,hepre-itmptioo,law
''THE SKCBET1RT OP WAR'S BEPOKT.
The 5v cretry of War. iti spe'akiijg of the
war w ith th Indians on the Pacific, says that
A permanent;- peace has lee cstablhed by
y;(;ntieet;tered iiitawith Ihtia.. 1
The w ar in Texas may Jbe looked upon as
just .begun, and probably it will xt one of
fiercenewi and may be of considerable duri-
The operations of the Utah army have been
important aud fraugh with momentous rer
-ulU..' The people .of. that. Territory, howev
er, still evince a spirit of in.-ubordinationj, and
a strong force ne.ds still to 1m kept there.
There have been disbursements to the amount
of nearly ten millions in the quartermaster's
.The Secretary calls attention to the necep-
sity of providing for the payment of claims..
Against the government by dilTtreut ritates tor
the services of volunteers.
. -Tlie Secrctnrv savs he attemptd. as far as
possible to meet the wishes of Congress, iu
.reducing expenses. .
The estimate or the next fiscal year are less,
than the appropriations of last year, by $!),-DiO.44-8.
They amount in aggregate to $18.
Ol0.0!in. and he; hopes the expenditures may
be still further reduced, unless there be fur
ther and larger demands for expenditures in
suppressing oih.-r Indian hostilities. There
will be uo necessity for a deficiency bill.
from th: Ism lon limm, .Vot?. 16th.
Tlie S'aupera lleturned from America
At the meeting of the Liverpool Work
house Committee, on Thursday. Mr. Cropper
presiding, she clerk reported that the return
of pmpers s.-nt back from America by tlie
American authorities within the past twelve
months showed the follow in?, namely; lie
lontring to England a-idJWuies 6; Scotland 8;
Ireland 90; Demerara 1; St. Domiuo 2: New
foundland 1; Germany 1; Total 108. Ofthis
number 17 were lunatics and epileptics, and
the great majority broken dow n and sickly
men and women. Of the Irish nearly ail
have lieen passed home at their own request.
Fifteen of the w hole are still in the workhouse.
It was remarked by one mi-mls-r that we
ought to have a claim upon government for
the support of these paupers: aiid another
ask' d why should not the Ir"sh be sent at once
to their own conn try instead tf to Liverpool?
Mr. Melly said that the evil arose in this
way: Emigrant runners in Liverpool persuad
ed poor peeiple to go to America. On their
arrival they wi ro a.-ked win t her they had a
means of sub.-isteiice.and.if they had uot, and
were women with children, or pregnant, or
unprotected, and had no ticket to convey
them into the interior, they were ordered buck
by the Commissioners of New York, and
returned iu the strp in which they wre taken
out. .Mr. Denton said they knew that in a
great number of these cases the persons had
resided in America for years, and ttn.t the
women bud bem married to American citizens,
aud had al-o had children by them. The
chairman said ll;at the best if not the ouly
thing they could do was to continue to send
rt ports to tin- Secretary of State showing
how we were abused. If a n-w bill wire
introduced these facts would wtigh in our
A PnorosKO Govkkvmkvt Papkr Cvrrf.s
cy. It is announced that tin director of the
Unit, d St.ib-s mint proposes to establish a
new paper currencv. based on the deposits in
tlnit institution. He has prepared a bill for
this purpose, which he intends to lay before
Conurress. It authorizes the mint to issue
certificates on the deposits of gold bullion,
and ot similar certificates by the mint, and all
the Sub-Treasurers, on deposits of gold coin.
These certificates are to be redeemed only at
the oftiees which issued them, the theory of
the process heinjf that the gold deposited will
al ways Oe k- pt on hand to meet tbe certifi
cates when presented lor paym-nt. The di
rector claims that it will gr.-ully ineieaso tl.
security of sp Cle-owil.-rs over that iill'ordtd
by the hanks; that it will check the practice
of hoai-dini:; that the c- rtilieat. s will Is-come
curreiiey as much us the gold itself: but a
huge pile of coin ihus stored uway will serve
as a great balance wheel to prev-nt com
mercial disturbances iu times of panic or
crises; that the use of certificates will prevent
the loss by wear, clipping, or sweating; that
the retaining of a government bullion fund at
the niiut would no longer be in C' ssary: that,
being based on deposits, no over issue of cer
tilieates could be made, and that, like bank
notes, th.y should be made payable to lsarer
on demstiid, and circulates exactly as they do.
Senator tiwin is quite interested in the enact
ment of such a law. Hut it seems almost
identical with the lbillion Lank projected in
New York, with the single exception tint de
positors pay nothing for the safe-keeping of
S irniKKX Pacific Railroad.- We have
sen a letter from Dr. Fowlk. s which conveys
the gratifying intelligence that he has con
cluded a contract for the construction of fifty
more miles of road, to be compleb d by Janu
ry 1st, 1SU0, the contractors to tukc the com
pany's means within iis control for pay.
From this action of Dr. Fowlk.-s it is evident
that he regards the great crisis as past, and
has no doubt as to the action of the New Or
leans meeting on the 20, h int., in making
definite arrangements to meet the whole
$ 'Sll 0 )0 to be paid ii:dT the compromise,
which will entirely release the road ami its
franchises. The stockholder's convention at
New Orleans w ill be the largest ever held,
aud will embrace a number of the m.st dis
tinguished gentlemen iu the country, r.-pre-sen
iiig an nuiouut of capital that will be an
earnest of future energy in the prosecution of
the work. We are informed that ma:iy Keu
tuekians will also Is present, and it is desira
ble that the attendance should le as large as
possible, that the most extended inquiry into
the past may be ui.ide and the most car.-ful
deliberation-1 ns to the future. The effect of
the action of that meeting w ill be vnst, aud,
now that the ictory is assured, everyone
who has struggled through difficulties will of
course feel it a duty to be present aud lend
the weight of his influence, to consider the
policy of BuUH.-qucut proceediugs. Southern
T-f- The Philadelphia Bulletin has the
follow ing consoling words fur that puun rous
class ot people w ho te ll look in the Uroadway
windows, even at the ri.-k of being called
'country greenhorns;" ( ,
"A person who is weak enough to make
liousts that he 'never looks into shop w indows,'
loses more instances of taste and ingenuity
than he is perhaps aware of. All art is uot
absorbed by auct.on pictures, Parian statuettes
aud engravings, . Many a young shop girl or
salesman, without knowing it. unconsciously
di-playa. luf simply 'making-the goods lok
well.' tlie same happy perception of contrasts
of colors und of relative elfccts which a'slill-lif.-'s
painter employs. Many au artist w bo
can i cannot group. Some of the first
pictures of the Fl -mish school are remarka
ble by the extraordinary tate displayed in
bringing together ordinary obj.-cts so that
thuir form and color Itariuonis - There are
no clj cts so common-place or poor but a
skillful hand may arrange them so as to pro
duce an, at b ust, harmonious effect.'
SoKTIHNl NtCW FOB THE I. IKtr 3. A pat
ent has just been iu d at Wahin'tun to a.
geutl. mau ofNt-w York CUT. who, it seems,
Im nude p tt.coats Lis study, for an eutire
n.-r skirt, of the expan.-ive and colltpsjve va
riety, that will intallibly toruu-ut all the men
and enrapture all tht women. It is made of
whit1 hore-hair iu open work, aud so pliable
arv the hairs, through their saturation with
aom-s new material, w hich is alo patent, d.
a full skirt vffrty hoof, till I'ms essentials of
t l.-ucity, fullueaa and strength, can be Car
ried witliin a muff, occupy scarcely more
sp.u.e than a port-numnah-, and iu an instant
U adjust d to the person, expanding a roU
to a diauort. r of six or at-ven ftt-t, (tiring the
wearer the agrrt-alde and imposing cticuui
f. rence of from nia. teen to tw. oty-one feet.
Ladu-s moving iu the firU curie will wear
them, of course.
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"Wh ure jtratifi. d t to learn 'that-Mr.
Guthrie ha return, d Horn the Kai wuh rrii;
nble assurances that,- upon the c.-nsumtna-ofc
rtaiu rrutguietiU ku-tf whiib can !
perh-cusl within in U-Xt ten days or two
we k. a suffl.-i-ut numb, r or the mortae
lsindofU LuuhmUU u4 N obville IL li.
i . .tit rkAlfc if w ill Im V.i
- w-- . j u-wk-ib CU
tdUls to Insure lh oiuplclioa of the entire
J road wiihiu th ensuing year. Luu.Jr
Races over Chattahoochee Coarse. '
Focbth. DaT, Friday, Dec ZCoU Stake fur
3 year o!Jj. two-mile heats, $200 eUranee, $100
.orertr.S200 aadtd by iU Club.
This stake bad closed with five entries but
three paid forfeit, and at the blowing of the
horn only two nags stepped in to contend for
tbe purse; but these two were the game -and
oft-matched rivals Lorette and Bill Cheatham.
The filly was rather the favorite, though Bill's
backers bad a good deal of confidence- It is
useless to give the particulars ot each heat,
as they were both very nearly alike. Bill
dashed oft a little-ahead; and maintained the
lead all the Way round, .though LoreiLe'mnde
a gallant run aud hurried up the time of the
u iuuei : u.-aa ioake 4t-very ereditable race
to both nags. Time,, 3:46$, 3:4oj. 1
.iti t .
T. G. Bacon's b. c. JJill Cheatham, by ! I
Aloion, put gj ISerrj's oam....,. 1 1 .
llujiier s o. T. Uor Ue, by aovev r
ejgn, out of Alary-Ogdeu by Thorn- :
- hi ll.-... ...,......rTJ ; 2
iluilh4t;Porr8 ifc-e. by SoVeMgn, Cafi
, ley's ch. f. by Mont-, and Piyor'a b. 1
' c. by Sovereign, paid forfeit.
! S cont Race: The "Goodwood - Race' a
I dash of two miles and a, half, $25 entrance.
: iou auaea f.y the lui weight for ae not
i;batwigbeeD miade up,, the same pHrse and
; conditions wero allow ed in a race tor Uaten ,
j horses, aud two entries w ere mad'-, viz :
I F. W. Hunter's b. h. Ued Eagle, by. Sovereign
J rdum by ttickholder, 4-years, 1 '
Pryor'S (Cau's) b. f. by Ep-iluu. dam by imp. ;
Sov.roigu, 3 years. '
.U; The.filly juade the' running from the start, .
j and for a considerable distance had opened
j and kept a long gap between herself ami rival
1 but the horse rallied towards the loso it the
,.nice"aud pushed her to the saddle-girth; in
deed, it looked as if the race would surely
hav e l.eeu his, had he taken up the running a1
little seo ler. Time, 4:50 j. Columbus Eitq.
Mk. liiciiA-vAN pronounces the custom of
using money to influence elections highly
dangerous to the Republic. Does he remem
ber that a few months ago his organ directly
.,,i,i i )., r -I... i-... ; ti... n. ....rt.o I
a Washington that they should le di.-mis.-ed
if they did not contribute more liberally thau
they seemed disposed to do, to the election
eering fund of the Administration party!
The President's particular friend, Colonel
Forxkt, says :
There has been no body of men in this
country who have raised more money to in
fluence elections .luring the last year than
Mr. Buchanan's ofliee-hold -rs and particular
friends, and no man knows this. 'fact bett r
than himself. His eyes were pi cing enough
to discover any anti-Lecomptnli Democrats
who were found lurking iu office, though they
were thousands of miles from his throne, and
though their highest offense was a refusal to
betray the pledges of. 1KG ; yet he either
cannot or will not see that he retains as his
prime favorites hundreds of men guilty of an
offense which, iu his opinion, in in the highest
dtgre. dariyerous to the llepuldic, and it is per
fecily well understood that if they do not coin
wit Uiis ojTent they will loso their office!
When our pious President writes anoiher ser
mon, would it not be well for him to select
some other text ?
Cenaorslilp of tlie 1'ret.s.
A correspondent at Washington writes to
the Philadelphia Press:
In France the Press is in fetters terribly.
But in America it is free very free par
ticularly at Washington, the citailel of our
national liberty. The Union, the other day,
published one of the best things it has con
tained for a lonir tim" a late speech of Sena
tor Douglas. Certainly there was no great
crime in a free press in a free country doing a
think of thing of this kind. But our rulers
thought otherwise, and as through a defect
in our laws, (which, perhaps, tbe President
may yet have remedied Is-fore his term ex
pires,) the offending journalist could not Ik
thrown into prison, the ditor of the Union,
(Mr. Oulick) who had authorized the inser
tion of the speech, has been summarily dis
charged. Cannot the alien and sedition laws
b '. revived?
Extraordinary Coal. The Parkersbnrg
(Va.) News announces the discovery in that
region of a specimen of coal w hich is said to
surpass the Cann 1 Coal. The News ud-ls :
It is vi-iy light, and c in be ignited as soon
as a piece of dry while pin wood. It is ex
tremely g-.tstrous and em't a v-iy strong
odor when burning. Apnce as lnrge as a
small marble placed in the bowl of a clay
pipe made air-tight, and then inserted in a
Inn fire, gave out gas enough at tin end of
the stem to burn with a bright light for five
minutes. It evidently could only le used
for making gas or oil. as it Ir.is not sufficient
solidity to burn in a grafeorstove, but would
prolmbly run out through the bars in a sort
of oil or pitch.
.f-ffA writer on "dining," in Harper's
Magazine for DecemlsT, says that a Mr. l'ela
flete, supposing his name to be more gene
rally well known than it was, gave it some
what indistinctly to the servant, and was
horrified to hear himself announced to a full
dinner party as Mr. Jldlifioat.
In RiigersvilIe,T.-nn.,..n Sunday, the 5th inst , at
I the resi teuce of !r. Hugh Walker, l.y the Kov. Hiraiu
Ka a, J. V. rr.y, Cashier branch Rink of Ameri
ca, formerly or Ciarkaviile, Teun., to Miss Uaktii 1.
JLi.,of Ringnnort, Tentr. ' '
Clarksvdle, Tenia., and fity paers please copy.
On the Ttli inst., after a short illness, of Pin'iimoni:.,
Mrs. AX',ifo .Mr. Jaui.-a -Sinclair, in th SMh
ysar f her a-e.
Tlie friends and aen.naiiitaiire of the d.Teaned are
invited u atta'od her fimrral this evening at 3 u'cluek.
1'ivi.ie aerrice by R.-v. Mr. Hays.
The Selllns Qualltlr of Mwrliave'
Jlollaud 11 1 tier.
We have do doubt it will sell well here. Send us
one gross. JOHN' ML'-lfsON' k CO.
Send u 2 eroas Rierhfive'i tlo'land BlUera. We
waat a niedsMC of this kind ttt our market. i
JOHN' Iti KtiS As CO., MedM-al Hall.
Saivr I'ai-l, Mismmva.
Tliere i quite a ready aale here for your Btei-have'
HollauJ ,tu.rs. 'M. H. WOIJ-T,
. : -' . i . per H. B. I'LtawKt.
Wemsjittio, Va , Nov. 1,158.
Send me another box ,3 dten, Btcrhare's H.dland
Hitter. It is lAkmgthe fsad here. .Tall other Bitters.
W. . KtRKER.
Vn, Pa., F b'y , 1S67.
Please send me, per express, fl doo n Bosrhave's
Ilollan.l liitu-rs. We are entirely out.
J-o7 C. A. MORRIS k CO.
For Cairo and St. Louis
COVNtCTlNi; AT PADPCAH AND CAliM WITtl THE
' L'.'S. MAIL l'ASSEXUKR 1'ACkETS KoR
MF Ml liy AND 1-OrisVIUJi.
riHE plendiil new nn;rr
L Steamer, . M. HI NYAV,
Js. Mil ibk, Mastor. wi I h-ave
for tlie above and ail intermediate flirts n SATt'R-
lA i . the 1 1th Inst , al 4 o'clock , P. M. The Runyan
wiil'ivv thr.Hih UckrtM v ail ut the above point.
' ' A. II.IMILTHV . i
For Sew Orleans.
rjHE ew r-iKT rtearo.T
L JANES JOIl.V.-oN, JM
J.li. Captain, w ill l.-avr for
tlealTeandall interm.-.hue lii.li..r-,.n THt asoar,
ths utli n st , at it .rclotk M. or Iie-ht or juMa
apply on board r to
Uec-td A. HAMILTUV, XfrnL
" " 1 "' " " - - - - -
SUPPLY of W ash B. n". Brooms, Half Brouuia
and olli.-r aril. k-, lot aalo low bv
deca-tf R. W. B ARN EH.
Vor Sale. .
VmiU-K AXO !T m Wt SaahU!e, front.iij
1UU feel Ik-mutubrajj atrei-i, ruaatng tara-k
1M fevt with Mi-Naity iunH to a twelve ailey;
has a comfortable frame H um witU Ove roocaa, Cat
trm, SlaOk-, attti nUter MlkwiM v. - -
tor term apply Iu A-iiiw Lwio, E. R. GlaixK-m
er Jjn. W. rriMtutos. it- S-U
C'bauccrjr fealeofa tltjr Itetlenc u
" I herry Street. v
I maatuil Woifc, Adu'r. of Jo. St, va. IUir aa4
. ii. IrevUixr of htm. - -.,-.
IJURsUAVT V a dx-re of the Chaiwerr Cbort at
. Naahniie, taabore can-, I wi I aetlal the Court
H'Himt tw ll.u. cly ,uu rJ 1 1 i.l'AY Tilt. T1t DAT Of
JAl'ART, lUw.the Houaean lut.oa ttH aide ot
berry .Ui-rf mod fa early opjowlle U Tbttatre, and
h-ii k UwuawW.) 0y t-. Wf fetriJoe.itb Me a,dc'4.
U-t irv4iUu atjut .i tort aiU iwuiuuc 110
luait-i. 1 an-t 3 yeartcreJt witn tairl, xcrp,
the turn of $Xi carli. Uuud an 4 jfvej aociuaj ia ,
uirsd and Uu rcWutd.
YESTERDAY morning on Peaderick street, or the
fuljlic -tuare between Clterry &oU toe mouth of
Market StrectspTwuuty-sveD Iollars: one 'lenv two
Fives and seven One ! -liar Bills, all on the Bank of
Teonecsce. The finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving it with V. Cramer, So. 12 Market House.
- decti-lt V' ,v- ; . :''!. " j' .
Auction Sale of Groceries
Carter, Wilsford &lC6i
Suecenars to CarUr, McKay t Co and B. Lanier rf Co.
0!'Xiieadai Dcrl4tli. we will olTer
for sale in tront of our Wart-bouse, No. Market
Sreet,a large apd coaipleto .istortmeut of Grocer
ies, ronsisunf in part as follows r
48 bhds. prime new Sugar 60 boxe Star Candles;
H5 bM?. Tmslied Sugar; SO " Tiilli.w , do.
2 lA.f sigar; '000 this, Onti. Fbisky,
' too Po'leer all l.rands!
75 bblsi VfolasseSi' . f .' 1 13 bbta. -Robinson eo,do;
25 " ;Men "syrupy- 100 pkps. Frenrb Brandy,
fiO lislf pbls HitekerH; ' ; :allpids;
200 dot f'ove Oystera, 1 10 bbls. l ark Brandy;
k 2.1b. Cans: - 50 oojs. Bu. kets; :
10 bags I'epper;
10 bbl. Gin;
150 Holes Soho;
. 5 ' . Jspiee;
5 cbesO" Tei:
25 toz. Ct. Bitd Cords;
25 Reels Re;
50 boxes Suuir;
f 0 d.-z i Cans Pepper;
60 " " Mustard;
3 hates V.-its;
300 000 Cicars, all jrmdes;
- lio lws. i gal. tr'K-kles;
12 ' . jt. . f
25 " qt. BettI ;
. 50 BfiiDii Wrap. 1'aper;
Tocetlier with manv other articles to make a cm
plete sale. In future we will continue to sell every
Tuefida , at 10 o'clot k. A.M.
f ARTKR, rilFORD TO.
Circuit Court at Aasltville,
EPTEMJ1EU RULES, 1S58.
SI. N. Cox vs. Martlut J. Powell. Ihos. C. Powell and
others Bill for Petition.
IT appearine to the sat'ofaetion nf the Clerk and Mas-
A Ur, from the alienations in the bill tiled m this cause.
that the defendants Martha J. Powell. Thomas ( .
Powell, Alexander Powell, Wilson Powell, Thood a
I'vweil, W. W. Powell. John Powell and "Sarah Powell,
are uoii-residenb. of the "State l Teiuiesi-e so that the
ordinary process of law- ran not lie served on tlx-in; it is
tli'-retore ordered that 4.liiicatiii he made in tlie Pa
triot, a nowspaMr published in the city of Nashville,
for four weeks, requiring the said di leielaiiLs to a
pear ai the nrt term of the Circuit Court of 1'avidson
county, to lie held at the c-ty of Nashville, on the 'Jitti
Monday -in January next.tlieu k there to plead, answ.-r
or demur to complainant's hill, or the same will he la
ken proconfesso aud set down for hearinir ex parte,
ueo'i-wlt 1AV1I) C, l.oVK, Clerk.
- Circuit Court at Aasliville.
SKPTK.MrtKR Rt"I.K, 1858
Wiley Bradf'rd and others vs. Jam'-s H. Marler and
othors Bill for I'eetioii.
IT apearinR to the satisfaction of the Clerk and
Master from the alienations iu the bill tiled iu this
cause, that the ilelend.inls James ii. Marler, Char
lotte M.irler.J. 1. Roperu. Caudis Kjipers, Khza Brown,
Wiliiatu O. Kelley, aney Mary Ann Kelley,
Wi(lian Marler and Elizabeth Marler, are non
residents of the State, of Tennessee, so thai the ordi
nary pr.K-.-ss of law Cj.nnot hcs.rved on thetu; it is
therefore ordered that piih'.ic.iion he made in the
f'atrint, a newspaix-r uh!ished in the city of Nash
ville, for four aiiecessive weeks, reiniirinf; the said
d.-fendantF to apix-ar at tlie next term of the Circuit
Court of Oavidson connty, to he held at the city of
Nashville on the -Jud Monday in January next, thcu
and there to plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will be taken pro roniesso and set
d n for hearing ex arle-
dectt-w4t DAVID C. UVK, Clerk.
liOVlKYlL Ii Va ,
1" nipliis Si. v
UNITED STATES MAIL
CapUiin Johns. Dakhikm., leaves every Monday
aud Friday, at 12 o'clock.
Captain J. L. 'Rati'.jia.v, leaves every Wednes
day and Sunday, at li o'clock.
Steamer Sallie West,
C.i pi a i n J. N Cirbktt, leaves every Tuesday,
at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Steamer 11. 31. ltuuyan,
Cuptain Jas. Miller, leaves every Saturday, at
4 o'clock, P. M.
These fine and favorite ssencer rmrk-'t", are under
contra, t o carry the United states Mail, and assrn--ers
may rely on tli.-m leaving punctually. They will
(live through t'Ck.-ls to the above n en.-d d u-es, ami
will ennnnrt at Paduiah with the sideo.lid United
"t ites mi'l Fb-amers, AWiu Adams, Southerner and
decT-dtf A HAMILTON, Agent.
STORE HOUSE on Pn-a l street, between Col
i" lege and Cherry, for the yenr 18."9. Applv to
dec WIIJ. L. POVD, Jk.
I7.)R the year 1S5'.. a Negro Woman, who isa pood
C.mk and a tlr"-t-raU' Washi-r and Ironer. Also,
a Negro tin 1 who is a good Nurse Apolv to
A. J. MrAHIKTKR,
d.c8-tf Xo. 3 tan Iilock
I u u Lie
'. i OF
S A Ia Va
Land. Stock, Farm!
HOUSEHOLD AD RirCIIE FLRMTLTiE,
Corn, Fodder, Hay, &.C.,
Si'liwletl on tlie Xaxliville and Cltattamioija Railroad
at AntCjch Ikjt, eight m '.let from (lie city.
... . i
On Friday, 10th of Oeeeinber 1 858"
ON' the preu.iseg, I will sell the burliest bidder that
valtit ble tnict rLnuf,,f the lateCHAKlKH Itjivs,
Sr., and now owned and occupied bv Jirnoi V. Ilavs,
cuit-iiiiiiit: mIhiuI Is) Acre, including the lendid
M iii-iou, about all acre cleared and 40 acres splen
dul limber, wtli several never Tallinn sorings tree,
si uie water. The Timber has been ciirefully preserved,
and ft indu thick aud heavy u the uroiui.i. , The Man
sion House is..a most superb brwk I'ujl.lirp, c utaiii
1111; Eiirht tlood R.MiniH: a .louble ixircb. enelored with
latiii-e woi k; and an airy walk, about 'JO P-el wi le
aad HO I'v.-t lone, extend rig from th niaiu haihluii; to
the cMikini;.ro.iHi, ni-iiilv covered ami enclosed with
lattice-Work; servanlH' r'snis, smoke house and aad-dlu-hoiiMF.airi'f
brick. The yard embraces an are
ot about 'J acres, ad d-losed with a superb brick
f -uco, ipimh 08 with nrtisiuent.il banister or wood
frame-work, neatly iailit.-d; a llryt rnte ft -oe Spring
bouse, ir.d tntl", hams. Ash nd Ft. .red a itti It h,
and au exrj-llont ice house, cssl wuch aud applo or
chard'.. Fences mostly cedar plank and post r ce
Alter the above sate we will sell about 03 .teres,
mo re or less, ttf tbe same traet, now ow 00,1 by U'h.
KursnrKrK, which has tu-en sub-divided Into tracts,
enntaiiimit (mm 1 1 to 1 rrr each These I mds are
of the finest q inl ty sod sofiliMe of the hi"Iiest
stutu of cultivation, b.-ieg we, 1 watered by the wa
ters of Mill Creek. Plata of tlie Laud w ill be exhibit
ed on day of sale
Tkrms or I jt s. Uinthe Ijtnd s credit of nue.tw o
and three yo.irs, not,. well endorsed, bearuii; later
est frrra 1-e and lien ret.iinel. Tho Hock,
will bao4 upm a credit of 4 mouths, uoies writ eu
dorse.1. Arransemeots have b'Pn made with the' W. Jk C
Railroad for a train to rave at H o'clock on the room
inir t the sale, free of charge, coins; and coroinic.;
A ! collalloJl will be pre)ared on the round.
DoV-'O-fcl E. K. ;LASCi)CK. Ai;ent
Auction Sale of Groceries
RIUKPATRIfK, XEVIXS & CO.,
. . 3 ."Irliet Mreet,
OV FPJDAY. PECKMHEP.l th, al 1 1 o'clock. A. M.,
we "will nifT fir sale, at our Warehouse, a larie
ase.irtme.il of Groceries, cmprisiLg, Iu iart, the (.l
lowme, vis :
loo hhJs. fuaar;
.IV) bai:s Collee;
150 boxes M. R. Raikins;
l.V) bbls. Moiasa-; - ' -lis)
l'KJ kecs do;
! bhls. Cinc'i. Whisky;
ti " Rve 4a;
'.'5 " old Boar, do;
25 " Aner. Brandy;
.' Holland Uiu;
6 aox. Wah Iburds:
10 bbls. S. H. A!mud;
10 " Filbert;
6 " Enelnh WalnuU;
40 boxes V iri: mi a Tobacco
10 rases Matches.
lf dos, B-iekela;
, 10 licslt Tibs; ' I" r
SO eai( Manilla Tlue:
6U,(H Ciifurs. v iriou- b'ds.
tfot kejr Nins;
1 t-b t ; tas s wa re ;
10 W. R. Cheese j
SO ' E I. -"
Totf. thv with man r otlr article 10 tlie tir.v-ery
line. klKKPATRU JC, XEVIN-S CV
a -c7-td . ,-
V VULU.KAL K
' . ' "". ' or
STOVES, &c, &c.
On Tlmrtlay, tlie lGtli iitn
TlOo'cWk.I will sell at Public. .Sale, to the hijrh
f. est bidder, at Mewart k Oacn's old Wud, N
14 M rkel stre- l. a:t lite Vs.k a baud, Coiui,f of
the f .llow tnc ari.cl.-s:
Cal Ranges, f' coikinj;
H-wtiOS M. ei, fur wuud Coal, dlScTKOi f!
an t paltrrtii;
Franklin n4 PrWr Stove;
Marbensed Irua Uaotlea;
M .ntie Crate., Hue aad common; , ,
, X.ick Kettles,
Kra-a K tttes;
" Hollow Ware;
Tm V; . '
Ik lrou, alt 1 ies;
PUtf. and C.Binter Scales;
Tnoer' Machine, Tools, Beut he, kc. , and aoser
0.1s artltU-s 11.4 enumerate.
Th sale m puradaul to a f "-d of frost si ecu ted hy
W lUci !-ewart,(se B-..k No. 5T pp W i U Ml m Rc-
! .r .-8ice,) til l isieref'e w itu -ot reset vs.
Taaas " fan AU autua ubU-r 10 Cami, over $19
lhr Bi-tiUut (.tbe.
UBO. B. CtKJDWTX, Trsialee.tt. .
rilllAT tt Uairwate ttun feM admeniett my
X d.e. bm So. Cfcarry ssn4, te aext
year. Applet A " - "IU. L. twJVl), Jfc.,
Uratv --. it .'- - '
FOURTH N1GITT OF THE GIFTED COlfEtlENNE -
3USS MAGGIE MITCHELL,
Tliursdar Erenlue, Dee. 9tl, 1858,
Witl'be prewntsd the beantiful Comic I Tama, en
t tied MARi.OT THE POL TKV IELrat. Overture
bv the orchestra. To conclude with the excellent
Comedk-tte called the LADY'S STRATAOEM.
B. . RHEa
P. F. HAKDCAXTUE.
1. If. SMITH.
RHEA, IIARDCASTLE & C0.
BO AIT STORE
Grocery and Commission
n E It V II A IV TS,
'. i' I : ,'!Vo.; 8 Broadway, ' ' . j . I
X ASH VI LLE, TEX.XESSEE,
4 RK now reM-oirinir And wll koen constantlv on
hand a full and cotni.lete assort ne nt of sieres
for steamboats, and GrTieB for the Ooontrv Trade 1
generally, wluch we will soli low . for Cash, or - '
cliHliff fr rfimttrv lirn-l nr '
A share of patrouaae in mst respectfully solicited, ,'
and we prvniiae every eltori to pive satisfaction.
OV-eh-ly - RHKA, HARK'A.TlJ? k Cl.
Something for (he Little Ones.
PAPER roLL. and how to make them,"
PAPER FURNITURE, for the Parlor and Bed-room.
AN FI.EGAVT TLAY HOUSE, to accompany the
above, both oneand two stories high, with directions
how to make t hem ail. ';'!';
A further supply received and for sale by
dt'c2 CHAS. W. SMITH.
Just received by JOH f YORK & CO.
Tlie Four Sisters, by Frederics Bremer;
Judjre Halibi-tou's Yankee Stories;
The Dead S..cr.-t: by Wilkw Collins;
Francatelli's Modern Cookery.
Three Beautiful Lots
ON JEFFERSON STREET.
ON SATURDAY PEC 11, at the Court House fiate
I will sell to the l.lklo-sl Imlder for Cn-h. Three
Peantiliil Ij.ts front im; on J.-tftroii stre.-t . one lot in
H slam's a.l.'itioti. fronting A3 feet rutinine buck 144
feet. Two L-ts in Hall's addition froi.tniK e.ch 52
feej 9 inches runniep hick nhoiit the same distance.
These are bcaut'ful lots and as we are .leteriuined to
sell, will ho a good chance for a si.erula.ion.
dec3-td E. R. GLASCOCK, Aeent.
GD.Qnitman and the Spirit of ?7C
1f)Si with sn excellent lot of Pocahontas Stnok
X V itiff Tobacco has Inst been received from the n an
nfaeturers H..ls".v Booker, of l.ynchhiirir, Va., at
J. W. Lunclev Co's , who aro se":ii(j the L .iie'horti
i Armistead Tobacco lower than usual.
J. W. LANULEY CO.,
dec4-tf Bar 44 Union tlic t.
Cliancery Sale of Store-liouse
on College Street, aud of val
uable Aero 3Ian, Stocks, &.r.
Johu II. 4: Win. H. F.wiu, vs. Juo. Z. PouUleton,
Adm'r, and others.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Cliuncerv Court at
Nashville, at November Term IsSs in above
cause, 1 w ill s.-il at the Court House, iu this nty.on
Monday , ihe 3d day of January , lsft;., the following
prorty , lo-w it: That vali-aiuic Stokr-hocsk vi Lit.
011 the Vet side of College tUi e.-t . lH-.irCliur. li si-kim.
street, now s-cuiie. by Ereeuian Brothers, aud be.
infi tlx' s-.me formerly occupied by Ewln Broth, rs as a
l.ruir Store. The lot fronts 2D f.'-et and a hali'-iiieh,
aud is isn feel d-p. A lik- ly ami inluol le nre in
tiiwit &u-k. , fftf iknrrt Hrnmtrri.il in.
Stork. 20 tharrt Sasknllr Huihliiu AiMninlu-n Si.kL.
4 4 tkarrs A'Ufcn' and Chatttin ia li,iih.ul Stork.
TERMS The 11 .use and Lot will be wl'l U 1, 2 and
3 years credit. With interest Irotn day of :1 . Jtu.
neirro m.-in Zack and the StM-ks, 1111 e months credit,
without int. rest. Votes, w ith cxd personal n curilv
alid pay :iti It IU Bank, will be required, aud on the
Real 1-tate a Ucn will be" retame,! lor further security.
Dec 4 td. J E. (.LEAVES, C k M.
Chancery Sale of Store-lionse
on Public Square.
I Mvid H. C Seiiceand wile and others, ex parte.
1:'RSUANT to 'd.M-ree ot the Chan, cry Court at
Nashville, at November Term, IsSS, in above
cause, I will sell at the Court House irate, in tins city,
on Mouduy, the od day of J.inu 11 y , Isti, the More,
houscand lot lyn.K on the north aide of the Public
-'.juaie in the City of N-ishvi'le, aud heinjj the
same iiioierty now occupied by Mcsi-rs. E;ikiu A: t:...,
as a Wholesale Iry .o.kls Store The lot fronts 2s
feet on the Square, and is 2v7 le. t deep.
TKItMS -1 , 2 and 3 years credit. ith interest from
day ttt sale. Notes required, with pood N-rsotiaI ae
curity , payable in Bank, and a lu-n retiined.
Itc. 4 td. J. E. i. LEAVES, C. A M.
Chancer- sale of farm of 150
Acres, and lG .i'i oes.
Inmoi IkmuSii others, vs. Tho's liene ss fc others
IJl'RsUANT In a decree of the Clianrerr Court t
Nas iviile, iu above cause, I will sell llN THE
PREMISE".. t-J miles w.-sl r Nashville, and near the
Richland Turnpike R td, 011 Tiies.iav, the 4th .lay of
.laiiuary, lsai. lHK TRACT 0KI.AM1 m.i.tioiod in
the ple.olins.iiBil known as lie; )t-nios Place, con
Uiniin lo.) 11. res, aud TW ENTY-SIX VALUABLE N E
l It. E-, of lilf.-reiit . (TeH and sizes.
TERMS Ihe land will be sold on l,2nd 3 ears
creillt. w ith inti'-est from dav of sale. The ue'itro. s
on TWELVE MOMIHCKEKIT. Not. s with Kt P-'
" I s-eunty reqiiired. (laxable 111 lt.uk. and 011 ti e
land a lien to be retained until the purchase lie m y
is f.illv paid.
lnc 4 td. J. E. ;LEAVE.s,C. k M.
Loivi!Ie and .ashriilc Kailroad
V inliT Ar ransom . nl.
ON and after Monday, Nov. 2, I5S, trains '
run as follows:
11. tih r.tm.ic.
Mosxrvo THAI V.
leaves t.aiUli :i, 7,30 A.M
Arrive EdneU.-ld, A.M.
Art ivcC.atUuiu 11. SO A. M
I-ave (ijllal u 1 P. M.
Arrive Eilj.'1IVId 2'1 P.M.
lx-ave " 3.30 "
Arrive .isilutiu 6 P. M
The Tram leaving ('allatiu at A. M., an-t
Eilfc-. tleld al 10 A. M., coiiii.m-is at liallatin w ith mad
roach.-s to ami fr til l.uisvdle The tram leaving
Edk'-"ci I at 10 A. M., and l.aili.tin at I P M , con
nects w th inels coacu. to aud, from llaruvilh- and
l a thae. Only the n.oruiUK train w ill be run 011
bus lav s.
)Xf Wearh'R apparel alone ronslmt.- bnigeagn,
and f-ach IsovscuK'T w ll be allowed eu It", free . A
charge wi 1 be mad lor eiua luKutfe winch aiust
be pasl t the eeta-4nr. R her aria-!- ttiarti huff
p iR'', carried in the bakiraKe cars, w ill be rharc-d
. Zu '.sa frcaiat, wiia.h luui4 bo p. id to the Agent of
Uim Eipri kstouitu.nr.
Passeaa-ers takitiK their seats at flalla.ia and FAjf
Bel l, without purcluutuig tu-aels, will bn charged 10
auV.H ISOHT. Murl.EOti.sttip't.
C O A 1! V O A 1!
.Etna 'lines, Uaeeoon Mountain.
rPHF. .f.ina Cinny is now in nr cful orralKn
L and reauy lu supply the Nashville Market to ai y
exteul It will be I.Hind to be Ihe host CmI ter4 In
this city , pc'viMctaty swire intmtr krat tknn any Ukrr.
tmrnintf wurk Uivitr and making eery iU!U ntkrs.
It ii wii I12I1I iinsi quirk Iv us Cumberland or
RiverC 1, yet 11 is by no natni bard t kitidie, and
with a litUo care in the luori.uiK it Ul be f.Miud to
"burn wnu (.-real reailmess. W e cuarauu-v that It la
far more ecoii..tiiM al than any 4her Oal lu this mar-k.-U
Tlie mixed Cal makes the b-l aud m.t Imtwi
tiful Are, ami covered with tiueCo.1 at nifht. al Just
Lfted with the adker in the moruliin, it will at once
blaze Hp and mw make a bright Ore. Ii ia lirst rate
for L-ee i-to -,tfral"(ui.-xcuJUe shcpi(, lrou funau.ra,
biai kkliulh's. At.
1 ry it una aud all. and come and see it burn a, the
ofH- e of (tie .Etua Ual ConipU T.
noTf-i-vr - - s. j.' AcrvExr.'A'rout.
S. A. G. N0ET& CO.,
' (.'u.vesaori to Novl 1 C" )
. ' . AND '-' i -
Aceiioa & Commission Merchants,
1NI PEALERf IS
Brandirs. Winr, Hran, Tobacro, If, If,
'.Ao. 4 ulb .Market Mre-et.
100 dhds Sitt-ar; 10 bat-s l'epj-r; '
2J bats CoftVe; bbls Rare till per;
100 bbls Mo! isses; rertams rluace lodijrn;
60 pkT Uudea Syrup; bf Due suit.
24 bbls powdered Socar; fcoW Knastha to
It " crashed do; 6t kes Va ls;
SO bxs I. M. IjmT; 2" b..x- tobarco, asst'd,
2tl threes freah Rare; 24 cheats .. e-n Tea,
24l bxssurCoill.-s; 2S JUk "
40 Taiie I1" bbt tsn-dl 89 ( Tobacco;
40 " tlxil rUafcs;
24 " p.nl am I S
2oo bbU. tin. Why;
20 " .U , ma;
40 Amencaa Braady;
1 kes lad;
24 . M Wine;
S4 bbu Pear Brwa4y ;
4 old Putt Wine;
50 bars Sjace; ...., '.
Titi.M.r wiUi Kvaoy other arfwete lv cnke a com
pleta sal h. A. ULL A CO I
Meat Cut f er.
lltjt have (our sn.-a nt the beet quality of VtAT
CUrrtKS, wbah we will oil for rasa st low
bulrher'Kmes, ars, Cloairerf Md BteeU;
rwq.aa.-e flu!1e.; 1 ; . . f
' Oiopptng Knurs lnl B.U; ?f
HACKENEr ft VnCTIlV,
ovl 14 iWese air eel.
iiu og x s s .
sn. ef eve-v erttl.e f Mra, W.saiew,
sa l rtoji.lef ! ! prws. bv
aocftt ' UwUrja aueeC '
L. VOSE, Citil Engineer.
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N.-arry pae, 12mo. ITIce, cloth, fni side
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EW DOOR BY DOESTIfKS.
The Witrhri of New York,
. aa encoiuUrr4 by
Q. K. PHILAVI'EK Ik.ESTICKS, P. B.
Dust and Foam; lr. Three Ucau and Two
CutitinruU. Pjf T. Kobtns'.O Warrell."
Yaofce NUna lor January, While
. ll4ave(or tor Wwmtwr, Hi', Ju- rem red by
decA-tf F. 1IACAV.
Billes and Prajcr Cools
Burnrn Qtskto Biaica. li.fh Kdatuaa.
PitlTtrrx Oieoeo Hi sum. Fsnatl Terkey.
Daat-nrri Fjhtv.ss u Cvaaua 1'aaiaa.
Caiftoue Pma am Uonca.
'Paatsn ara llvves, all stTlea biaMec-
RaMutora Buoaa ia great varsety.
-furaalabr CHARLES W. 8VTTIL
AW 'Vorccemlicr' " 1
ntAKK liMJE Kew' FimlTy rt. hb
whsra at toelutO tim CuhwW F4.i'a, pi4 rtri4
f .c-Jti, 'I, fW'fK .
aorVS-tf No. 88 I'moa at.
LANE & B0DLEY,
Wood . WbrLIbg' MaeLInery,.
' i Ami Circular Saw Mills
CarMr JhaiV 1 alrr a(a., C lHluttS
lical Cstote Sate.
Most Valuable filj Property,
At Vul.Uc Sale.
dif Xllnroday, Odi of Etffinber nrxf.
OK the premises, at II Crlock A.M , 1 propwe to
.rtTev at Public Sale that commouions Kesidente
corwer efCbBn-h and MrLeniece streets, rtow occu
pied Wm. H. smith. Esq The L't fro.es f.-ci
on Cttnrrsi nod 12K on Mrl-rmore street House cm
taiee ten fitia nms, with necessary out l.nrae. Oas
Fixtures. Mydract water. Ae. It is one T tbe mf
d.-si-able residenres in the city, and is convrnw-iii' to.
all the busmess parts of our city.
Also. At the same time three varant Irds. imme
rfwtrly adftuamc toe utmrr, tfe seh 4 Iee4 on
Churr'h treet. and r.inninc back 1 . t feet to au a.ley..
The foregoing i-ropei ty is tree frutu Uu.i t.
. 1 ' Trrrni, -For
the House and It one-fourth cash bah nee 1 r
2 and 3 veer's errn!t. for iiorv-s sici-sfart.-ily serered
be iriiur inteiest, va m bank alio a hen reuin- d.
For the vacant I fits a i reitit of 1, 2 atet 3 years for
notes be.-irinr intrrest l seriro-t as abnve.
Will be sold prtvast-ly if ilesjred For furtBer
larlicclars call on
A. V. S. UNI -SI FY.
E. R. Clasconc, Auctioneer. Bovltt-td
COLLCHE STREET PROPERTY
At lubHc Sale.
On Saturday, 4tU ef Drrrnifcf r, 188,
l the Court H.iuse pile. 1 u tl, .-11 t. the u
lni:t.e-t bild.-r.Ci .t valual.lo )eoi.-riy -i'i
stof"! 'n ortk i"J:er Vr.afw d !
tow the correr of th Sqn:re. i n o.ts,it the tv;,i.
tiful residences lifn lv cr.rf d bv Mr. Fi'-i h
aud M. Itii'ns, au ! a ij..ui t'.e tine ri-s .l. le-.. of Mr.
A.C Hwhtt'1 others. This tiroiN--tv froi.t W Te.-t
on C..ll'te stre t. runninc h:.K w-t h.eW to Mark--..
.0 a IA iW-t aUey. Upon the LTOtind is thr.-e fnut.e
buil. liujrs usi-d n st- re-v.s.nis.
Tins nrH.M . : tiK-Mt-d in one of Hi-most ttir.viec
and desirhble hii lions of the '-ity . ::mJ Uit e it .11 10-ij.-ther
l t:e niosl d.-siruh!e yet . f? T.mI to the pnbl.e.
Its a-lvantaes w ill -it oiire b- s --ti by af 1, -is i..h.sj.
in rare 111.I - cements t t' 1iui?i m-4iirrsp tj,irst.
1 would ak an exaininali -n t,-.rore th.. d-y f s-if-
as we have poi.lt. ve I s.ru,-t.-s to soil. I Will- .ll-
vi.le th.. p-ouerly to 8 -it pip i ll isi-i
Tki:s or Si K a u tlurd e i-'i. t ie b il.im c lu I.
2 and It years. With ioter.-stfr. ni .tate, a-i.t I;. -11 res
umed. ' . K. It. ;LA-C H! K.
t.. is p.ijv,nol t S.tiurdav, th"
inst , at 1 ri
On .VrTsnTTf. rVtrrrn (1i:rrh . Dnnd ft ruts.
AM ft.ir.eL. nr a i le . y a tcl v . i li .l v.iln- fS
able Hot -E AM' I o , siniated .11 M.-I- W'-'-
more street . be ween Chun h ni-d H-oad st..
froi.tu f cm Vli-I i inore fn le.-t. rm timp l i k ira f. ".
to an sl'ey . 1 he iniprorctm-pts rot p-t ot a t -a st..ry
brick. i-'i ta nine fi r.s. in. m the n-a:n l u!.l :re.
set.-s kit.t i-ii , s--i v.nl' iiiti , vi-ii.ic, ,t -,. -i..r is
11K0 a flue well of never-fi'lV-p wnter. h. si-'ec ofh.-r
-.im erici-c-s, w I t. b to.-ike- at: t.-iri-ilo-r a ''.-inrr.
pl ice. lndeiM-nec'iit "f it brn g rr .- fr. 111 Ir-xatu n.
and c. tilr.il to the busi' s-s portion of ilu- ritv.srd
with nil the iiTii.-it-es of 1,. i- g ?! ti e i-. tim r;it en,
wil! reconireen-' HM-if t" ihe t..truhie 0.1 M.!erlhti
of tho.-.. w.i-hii-c to tlt-,-(:.S.
If not ...d onvat ly .. o ihe PTH fip I'lff M
HER NEXT. I wll e ft.-r it at public wile, on the pr -i;i-is.-.
at 11 o'cloc k. For teens, AC.af.olv 10
noVJO-ir V. )i oI.tsc.K K. Ap nt
A Ilaiidsoiiie l Uy iloidence.
So. 7-1 Cedar Street
For Sale lrivaicly,
TAM ofTerine fm sale, privaiely, that beau
tiful an-t c.itneuo.tioit- f-nnlv reuiein-e, ..1..
No. 74 Ce.lsr t , 011 Captt.d 11:11. a few
doors below Vine street, i t pr. s.-nt owe.--- s-rwf
iie-.l by W O. Hjkitets. Hie unpr. 1. n-.-i.'s c 11
sist of a t w o utory tn. k, coi-lni ii c c- r--. n-s in tt e
111 -t -ti buil-'inc, w th sn nd-'itiei i.l ro m . r.-r fl
passage 111 ..-eoiol Hory. neikii jr all S't' rT rei ti s.
Tliere is a'soaehod two Mori l. k k Hi li. e . . on
lanont tw o servant's roon s. Mil. ke Horse-, Psairy r
w ith other" necessary out le tie. in. Im Ii-j. MuMe,
A-c. The !.ot is f.o feet front on tV.'ur street, rimuii f
back 150 leel to an n!h--
T is property presents ni.-iry a -I v. t Ms pes to tte
tuiwp i-k p.-,ii, ii KO! t ot lecatiof . t ul p I ..ftt r'-.
beinc but a few muiii'.-s walk fu ni any nortut. "f
the business tnr.rls of the nt . 1 he pri. e fled tiion
It should be 1111 inducrn ei t to ! c sp-lnlot. or to
those w ihit r to procure tt.-n . s in a I. s-; Ton every
way desirable. We will take pie: sere in id-ov u-ff
the propertv st any time to . ers..rs ws.-itif t.
t.iir. has. It nee.'s only nti citnniiiuiti. Ii to reien ,ei.d
its. It. For t.-rtns, Ac, i p; to
novl.".-tf l.R. CI AsC(CK, Ar'st.
liMts n Mit;;tVoiU.
I HAVE f -r sab pr'val.'lv, va lol. .0 Me(iar.rkr
s. tented on Jcllerson . Ma-'pon, fillmere Ave ,
I l oci.ie, Albert! Ax nue, H. m' ts!n tt end .lat. ee
-tr'-e s, w hull I will sell al ereni Ian.- 1 s. These
1 tsnre amour some o( the nn H be.-.iitit el n Ihnl aSV.
i'iIi. ii, n il .. Hk m i I all 11 rai.s, wuMli'C cheap
hoiio-fi, now is llicii tliiii;. e, I . r pi itM iilnrs call hi
r. K I.ASC I K,
' oeiT-tl' - - ' Aic't-t
rrlIE hoii. or rs. S. V. II. ST.iriT.ou Front utreef,
1 H,ecMid d.s.r irom .ho corner .-f lSn-!e si. and
ihe s.piare, and nowr .m copied I..' Mr. JM as a
Imnl iiu liiniw. T'.e ir- nt is su.i.ilde as a b.i,n Mt
st.ind . lie- upm r ul ..s a fain ly re-Id. -lice, lle-io
it. ii Iso a III i. kiiui.i"s sli-.p in the rear, all ot w ha h
wd. bo moled ..tf -Iher f .r the liel y ar. I'oehes.
seel ;in. 1st of J. iiiiiary next. Empine of
loiVJll-U E. K. lil.ASC.M'li, As -lit.
'f 'HE ST" 'Ii" -RooM on Road elivet
A loe t 01 ;.rl .1 I i'ont t-U --el . now
one (lo,ir fr. .1
im .'tipled hy ...
. e..reo , 1
s-M ii .1111 he l.-ol uu'i i-cli.il. ly if
rl ol J.ltolarv (o-l. Apply to
A W. j'illru,,,r
1 I Hi K. M l;llJj- A l
n. vl 111
C PA It t.n 1: lis! 1 1 1 AO TIC Jl.
' o. II AlU.IS. W. It. t.nU'OV, W. . liAHllk-
li. ilALLls, lue lli.t day UKKuici
th. 1 noil, r lie- si. i- ol
IIA.UHS, ;oiii)o it co.,
.iK TilK PI ke.. 1 r T'.:asAT. a
Criural rJ:iiuiisi(iu I 1 oru aitiiii? i:uxi;;t i..,
Al tht uitt (.iM 4 II . H cV-.r.ii.w it-
asli Hie, l' uii,
W. H. is & C . , w iii coii tn.ue iiu- I a. lory and
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lol.- alld Iv.f aie 1,,
iiut i H. li. HIS, i(.ii:iKIX A CO. .
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fJW ihi4 iiwaiii wi.1 lur mI Im
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TiiiKS Maud Salt.
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Iu spill uu . r sale l.y
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tivVJ' I i. Cora, .1. ft.,1 e 1 to. . ie liy
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.ll! CX. tiold laaf
ao Ik. in a r. M. Haul . No. 1 T. lurrn;
bo ai.i J mi. S. t..iwiu" lt.M-lut tobacco;
bv cko vu.-a k --iulll.' ii, Fo.1 l..l.ac-1-u;
In store aio. loi mI- by
uusZ. 1IAUI-.IS I.OHI ON t fl.
Fail bai; k's Meales.
AMI'l-ri-i i tti t,M t in iii for .Mil liy
Tbii-! Tubart u!
have ii.-.i-in-. i.o- ..i.a,. T..h.ico
U l ot .1 In.. u..irl II.mI aailiu s I" li.le tuarklk
Uiocc I.iuii-iru . A ru.l.l.-ad 's 7 tf.c.r Itiuip
i'l do M- l.ii.L-',..ru k .sou 'a " "
at i. W. No, ,i, . i a - g u 4. I
uo IV. tuiiUi, pvubUa.
do It. M. lUri-er, "
drt K. h. --taas,
do ii. VtLitr.
Any 4 thai above braada we will aU low for cash
at .N.. 13 .u.4 li aUrart streol.
uot a. liLOU McCREA k CO.
FIX N OS.
rtlftF subscriber reapeclfally luvil,- Hie attrnttaa of
X the iwclalir , and of pajrrbi.--rs panwi-Urly , to tba
ea:prr rcai JVimi, Hanariotiired by him, ' A.
np'n-ti t iUa.tiTiet:t fousiaetIT rm hand. :
tNtr Pianos have rewtveJ a Premium two yearn ia
suor-w-f .a, lki and 1T, at ttw Fairs of the Aturrt
rae lust.-tulw, Cry slal PaUae, a IVMiipiH ixhi with Bo
of then teadiua tuaXiufactacf r wf New Vutk and Psar.
lua, aw4 skfca nuuertaauibly af the brat quality ef
ttir, fait, rocrju4 and' m.lliani, as welt aa finish and
daraUny ,ie4 Ivwr Mir. itrcsa. ay thw pttrjvwl
vt rcuowued articu, in venturing to aay that our 1V.
anxwstaad siwrvie to r-nany oth.-rs. aad equal to aci y
j rati d l"aati im retrcrd to volume ol rente and elasticity
of lowcfa, c.MnbiB.1 w nh uV(nnim4 Drmneaa, whican
M tcrf ru)- tart wall a Mlwr llaw-a. - -
W reepectfutly 14 an e-iauii.Uk from stranf
er and frwds to eoavinca tbemaelvea of tbe alv
b--r purchajiiB( eUew here. AU'wcr Ptanc are war.
rauteai. - ' - M. manses,
. . .. . . Waanfactarer ef Piano Fortea.-
VaaraoiMta, 10O IVater street, New York."-"